German cloister windows grace English church

A feature in Vidimus Magazine, a journal dedicated to medieval stained glass, showcases twelve 16th century demi-figures found in windows at Holy Trinity Church, Hatton, Warwickshire, England. The figures depict Old Testament kings and prophets. (photos)

The windows are believed to have originated as "cloister windows of one or more monasteries in and around Cologne in Germany." The church was redesigned by the Revd Dr Samuel Parrin the 18th century, and experts believe that the windows were brought from Germany at that time.